The Lovett School is hosting consuls from seven Latin American countries on campus for a panel discussion Friday, Sept. 26, in honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month.
The seven consuls will be speaking to Lovett juniors and seniors in an effort to introduce their countries to our students. They will be discussing topics relevant to current events, such as the country’s capital, immigration, the economy, and what distinguishes them from other countries.
The consuls attending are: Carlos Layus, Argentina, Camilo De Bedout, Colombia, Patricia Elena Boezio, Ecuador, Asdrúbal Aguilar Zepeda, El Salvador, Beatriz Illescas, Guatemala, Salvador de Lara, Mexico, and Julio Alvarez, Perú.
The program begins at 9 a.m. on campus at 4075 Paces Ferry Road in Buckhead with a reception breakfast, followed at 9:30-11 a.m. by the consuls’ presentations to students.